Great Things Must Come to an End

Question:
 
I was just writing to tell you how much I have enjoyed reading the Alice series growing up over the years. I just finished Now I’ll Tell You Everything moments ago and I had to write to you to not only congratulate you on your final book but also to thank you for writing them. They helped me so much growing up and I always anxiously awaited for the newest books to come out. I’m very pleased with the final book on how you concluded the series. You couldn’t have ended it better than the way you did! And I’m not going to lie when I say that as much as I laughed out loud to the book I also cried like a baby when it came down to the final chapter. But like they say all great things must come to an end. I know you’re probably very busy with your tour right now which I wish I could come to and meet you but I’m afraid I’m just to far away. So with that I’ll say this you are and will always be my favorite author because of your style and for this series that has touched more people than I can imagine. Thank you again for writing these books and making them so alive that I sometimes forget that the characters aren’t real. Good luck with whatever you have planned next, take care, and thank you for taking time out of your busy schedule to read my email! And just one more thing, I hope to one day be able to purchase all 28 books in one big bundle. If that ever becomes available please let me know!

Phyllis replied:
 
My editor says that the publisher is considering a way to offer all the Alice books in one big bundle, as you say.  I try to forward comments like these to the editor, but it might help if the publisher heard from fans, all asking for a way to purchase the 28 books without having to place separate orders for them.  I’ll probably get in trouble for this, but send them to “Caitlyn Dlouhy, Atheneum, 1230 Avenue of the Americas, New York, NY 10020.

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